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Ten percent of young adults ages 18 to 37 said that they usually leave nothing as a tip for a server when dining out at a restaurant, compared to just 3 percent of those who are older.
A recent online survey gauged how registered voters in D.C., Maryland and Northern Virginia feel about the struggling public transit system.
Travelers ranked traffic congestion as the most significant issue that makes trips unreliable, time spent in traffic as the largest issue that makes trips take longer, and more or better rail transit as the most important thing needed to provide real travel options.
Unlike what younger generations believe, older Americans say aging isn’t so bad, according to a new survey by AARP.
A recent Nielsen survey of consumers around the world found that 53 percent of us feel anxious when our mobile devices aren’t close at hand.
Nobody likes to admit slacking off at work, but a recent survey reveals who does it, and why.
As a new president moves into the White House next year, residents in the Washington area want the next occupant to focus on the balancing the federal budget.
One thousand participants from D.C., Maryland and Virginia shared their perspectives on life in the D.C. metropolitan region.
If people in the D.C. area had one place they preferred to live, almost 20 percent surveyed by Charles Schwab said it would be Old Town Alexandria.
The City of Alexandria, Virginia, is hungry for some food truck feedback.
There\’s somewhat surprising news about teenage behavior. They\’re more active, report less bullying and are drinking less alcohol. But they\’re also using more smokeless tobacco.
Can you sum up your hometown in a slogan? One town in Maryland is hoping its residents can.
Taxes are part of the American experience, but not all states are taxed the same, nor are those taxes used the same.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.